Last week Broad “Z” left her (*ahem*) bikini behind and donned long underwear, furry boots and a jacket that made her look like the Michelin Man to go….TO THE DOGS.
That’s right…those are SLED DOGS and they’re going to be pulling…no, not me but, those FABULOUS Vaseline Dry Skin Patrol bloggers. Yes, once again they got to put Vaseline Intensive Rescue products to the test.
Could their skin stay soft and not get chapped while mushing through the cold woods and across frozen lakes in Duluth, MN?
The answer? A resounding YES. Even I put Vaseline Intense Rescue Lotion to the test as I took photos of these amazing women. Using a camera when you’ve got heavy ski gloves on is near impossible (as I soon found out), so off came the gloves and I began shooting some fun pictures of dogs, dog sledding and more. Only with no gloves outside for 3 or 4 hours, my hands should have looked like sand paper.
Thanks to the Vaseline Intense Rescue Lotion, my skin looked even BETTER at the end of the day, than it did when we began. There’s something to be said about a lotion that not only keeps my skin from not chapping, but also repairs the damage and leaves me feeling soft.
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I hope you enjoyed some of the photos from our adventure learning to dog sled from one of the masters, John Stetson. All instructions took place the day before the Beargrease Dog Sled Marathon began, and it was not only great fun…but the setting was BEAUTIFUL.
I’ll be attended the Beargrease Sled Dog Marathon as a guest of Vaseline Intensive Rescue, however all opinions are strictly my own.